Minutes in the wake of modeling for a photograph to praise her first day of fourth grade, Payton Lynn Crustner was sadly killed in a pile up.
The two-vehicle crash happened Tuesday morning in Rusk County, Texas. Miranda Michelle Clark, 32, was driving a 2017 Nissan Sentra with her 16-year-old child, 9-year-old little girl, Payton, and a 3-year-old tyke in the auto, as indicated by state troopers. Clark’s auto slammed into a 2016 GMC Sierra pickup, with 18-year-old Marcus Wayne Dukes in the driver’s seat, KYTX detailed.
Clark, her 16-year-old child, and the 3-year-old were taken to the healing facility, yet Payton was expelled from the vehicle and passed on the scene, as per KYTX. The 16-year-old is in a coma in the doctor’s facility, LeAndria Starr, a companion of the family, told.
Ten minutes sooner, Clark took a photograph of her little girl grinning and holding a sign honoring her first day of fourth grade, as per Starr.
Starr made a pledge drive for the family on Facebook, with an objective of raising $10,000 to cover the family’s memorial service costs for Payton. As of Thursday evening, Starr is about most of the way there. “I began the pledge drive since I wanted to accomplish something to assist this family with a weight while Payton’s sibling is still in a coma,” Starr disclosed to Yahoo Lifestyle. “Medicinal expenses will come, and a burial service can cost a few of thousands of dollars too. What’s more, the exact opposite thing the family is thinking about or ought to think about is the means by which they will take care of this expense.”
Starr portrayed Payton as “a sweet, friendly child that cherished life.”